By |April 1st, 2020|Categories: life| Three takes of a July afternoon when nothing seems to be going on.

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By |March 30th, 2020|Categories: life|

I've often been lucky to catch sight of big flocks of Bohemian waxwings passing through southern British Columbia late in the year. Mountain ash trees become wing-filled electromagnets, drawing them in and releasing them back to the sky where they seem to pull apart from one another, but never completely. How do they keep track of each other to maintain these amazing formations without colliding?

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holding you as steady as I can

By |October 23rd, 2019|Categories: air, art, light| A membrane sensitive to waves of available light and air, a divining rod for the intangible presence of what is always there, unremarked, between my outstretched hands. 2016, edition of 20 Exhibited at Pierre-François Ouellette art contemporain, 2016; Art Toronto, 2016; Papier Montréal 2017; Flowers Gallery, New York, 2017

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Mille-feuilles: Quand le dessin a lieu

By |October 23rd, 2019|Categories: art|

Group exhibition / Exposition en groupe Curator/ commissaire : Lise Lamarche 24 novembre 2019 - 9 février 2020 Salle Alfred-Pellan, Maison des arts de Laval Opening / Vernissage : 24 novembre, 14h Visite commentée : 26 janvier, 14h In Lise Lamarche’s brochure and her talk January 26, she guides us through her exhibition choices as layers of ideas about drawing. Rather than paraphrasing artists’ specific intentions to coil our meanings into hers, she invites the reader/viewer to learn more about us (and our work) via “un petit coup de pouce sur l’ordi,” I’m happy to have some drawings play [...]

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